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  • n  a quarrelsome disposition to engage in or carry on lawsuits
    charges of litigiousness and widespread perjury

  • The authorities may have been dissuaded by Jennifer's celebrity, as well as by her mother's litigiousness: Bush had sued the Coral Springs Medical Center for conducting tests on .
  • That happened in 1987, and the tide of petty American litigiousness has kept on rising to new, absurd heights.
  • And though it's not exactly gimmickry, one of the defining features of Barr's campaign has been its litigiousness: ballot-access lawsuits in six states (they've lost three; the .

  • Romano Prodi in Sydney Morning Herald
    The first commitment will be to rebuild a spirit of solidarity and a consensus on the goals needed for the country to move forward, and that means lowering the level of tension and litigiousness,Prodi said.
  • Markel Hutchins in Atlanta Journal Constitution
    The spirit of litigiousness, the spirit of Cain and Abel ...... threaten to bring the SCLC to an untimely demise,Hutchins said.
  • Pope Benedict XVI in Catholic News Service
    The purpose of an annulment procedure "is not to uselessly complicate the lives of the faithful nor even less to exacerbate litigiousness, but only to serve the truth," Pope Benedict said.

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